Winter steelhead angling in the North Fork Nehalem was slow to fair last week, but should be better this week. Rains in the forecast should spur good fish movement and improve conditions. The mainstem Nehalem River should produce fair to good angling depending on flows and river condition. A few steelhead should be entering the Salmonberry River also.
Anglers who catch a steelhead or salmon with numbered tag(s) are encouraged to report catch information via the internet or by calling ODFW at 503-842-2741 and asking for Derek Wiley. All live tagged fish that are not legal to retain or are voluntarily not kept should be released quickly and unharmed with tags intact.
This Report courtesy of Schmidty’s Guide Service! If you looking for a Wilson river fishing guide give Schmidty’s a call. (503) 939-8439
This concludes our 2016 Nehalem River Fishing Report.
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